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Elizabeth is a member of the Commercial Finance practice group. For clients at the firm, she leverages her expertise in real estate law, as well as insurance defense litigation, to effectively negotiate the best result possible for the client.

Elizabeth returns to FBT from private practice at another of Louisville’s largest law firms. During her previous time at FBT, she represented national and international banks and institutions in commercial real estate transactions. Her experience includes securitized loans, portfolios, mezzanine loans, and warehouse loans with loan amounts totaling up to $300 million.

Elizabeth’s work specializes in the review, drafting and negotiation of complex commercial real estate documents and the review, negotiation and issuance of title insurance policies, as well as assistance, coordination and completion of the escrow side of commercial transactions. Elizabeth also specializes in the review and negotiation of survey and zoning matters. This representation extends to sophisticated real estate acquisitions and dispositions, leasing transactions, and financing and construction projects on behalf of sellers, buyers and lenders throughout the United States.

Other Info About Elizabeth


Law School

Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law, J.D., 2009

Undergraduate School

University of Cincinnati, B.A., 2005

Bar Memberships

Elizabeth is licensed to practice in the following state(s):



Elizabeth is admitted to practice before the following court(s):

U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky


Local & National Recognition

The Best Lawyers in America, Ones to Watch®, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate Law, 2021-present

Professional Affiliations

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

Louisville Bar Association

Kentucky Bar Association

Kentucky Land Title Association, Education Committee

League of Women Voters, secretary, 2011-2012

Civic Activities

Civic & Charitable Organizations

Legal Aid Society, Pro Bono Legal Advocate for Domestic Violence Victims